Good game, senior girls

Congratulations to the senior girls’ basketball team for winning their game against Rocky Mountain House 45-36.

Wildcat Corner

Congratulations to the senior girls’ basketball team for winning their game against Rocky Mountain House 45-36. The girls played a great defensive game. Congratulations to Dacia Gramlick, who was our high scorer with 18 points.

SADD once again participated in the liquor bag campaign this year. They handed out blank liquor bags to classes at both Wm. E Hay and Stettler Elementary, and had them decorate the bags. These bags were then to be handed out to local liquor stores and contain holiday messages, as well as encouragements to make smart decisions over the holiday season.

Also, on Dec. 6, SADD, along with the Stettler RCMP, Stettler Regional Fire and Rescue, Heartland Victim Services, Stettler EMS, Commercial Vehicle Enforcement, the County of Stettler and the Town of Stettler, participated in the annual emergency services Charity Checkstop.

They helped raise money, food and Christmas items for the Stettler Food Bank and for Christmas hampers. Great work, SADD.

On Monday night, all band students from grades 6 to 12 and Mr. Rahn held the annual “Night of the Bands” and it was a successful night filled with music. Great work everyone.

On a final note, the next sessions of driver’s training will be on Dec. 13 and Jan. 10 and 11.

That’s all for this week.

 

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